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Governor Lauds Project as Part of ‘Mass. Recovery Plan’ SPS from page 1

ARRA Stimulus at Work Massachusetts Gov. Deval L. Patrick lauded the project when it was announced in 2009, as part of his “Massachusetts Recovery Plan.” Rte. 24 became one of the first big “shovel-ready” projects in the Commonwealth, using federal highway stimulus funds under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). “I am delighted to invest federal stimulus funds in this project, and to provide lasting economic impact in this community,” Patrick said at the announcement. It literally builds on $17 million in economic development grants that the Patrick administration awarded early in 2009 for the creation of the new Fall River Executive Park. According to MassHighway, state officials expect the interchange work to be done using the innovative design-build delivery system to complete projects more quickly and cost-effectively. “We are proud of this infrastruc-

ture initiative, which provides the dual benefit of immediate jobs for Massachusetts residents that will result in long-term improvements for commuters across the Route 24 corridor,” said Jeffrey A. Simon, director of Infrastructure Investment of the Commonwealth. “The Route 24 interchange means jobs, jobs, jobs for Fall River. I’m elated that a project of this magnitude and importance for job creation was considered and approved for stimulus funds,” said Fall River Mayor Robert Correia. “The funding for this project is a strong vehicle for regional equity and I’m very appreciative of Governor Deval Patrick’s forceful support and clear understanding of our transportation and economic development needs.” “The Rte. 24 interchange project is vitally important to the transportation network in southeastern Massachusetts. It will open up tremendous potential for job opportunities for New Bedford residents,” said nearby New Bedford Mayor Scott Lang.

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the quality of our workforce. Our bids are competitive and we deliver projects that are on time and on budget,” is the online company motto. Its itinerary of services include moveable bridge repairs, expansion joint installation and repairs, substructure concrete repairs, rapid set deck repairs, structural steel, heat straightening and other work on bridges, highways, buildings, Mass Transit, marine construction and dams. SPS is responsible for some of the most prominent projects in the region, including the rehabilitation of the Fall River Government Center over I-195, the Commerce Way Interchange in Woburn, Mass., the I-495 Interchange in Lawrence, Mass., and the Route 128 Canton, Dedham, Westwood, Mass. Interchange. Under an aggressive timeline set by Patrick, 31 shovel-ready projects have moved forward under the ARRA, representing an investment of $187.4 million. Massachusetts has received the authority from the federal government to spend a total of $437.9 million on transportation projects under the ARRA, including the $153.2 million committed to “shovel-ready” projects advertised for bid by the end of June. Projects funded with the remaining transportation federal stimulus funds must be advertised for bid by March 2010. The total stimulus funding for Massachusetts also includes $319 million in recovery funds for transit projects at the Regional Transit Authorities and the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority in addition to the $437 million in highway funding. The Administration working with the Legislature has approved more than $9 billion for road, bridge and transit projects through transportation bond bills and an historic eight-year accelerated bridge repair program. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Unitil Energy Systems Turns to Rogers DISPLAY ADS/ Brothers for Substation Flatbed Trailer CLASSIFIEDS dred pounds. As a result of these In order to ensure uninterrupted adaptations, the substation’s comelectric service to customers, utilipleted weight was 97,000 lbs. ty companies must have backup (44,000 kg), well within the limits. systems. The fastest and most effi“The trailer and its features are cient means of accomplishing this working out better than we expectis a mobile substation. ed,” said Skip Zogopoulos. “Our When Unitil Energy Systems in builder, Brad Reed of I.C. Reed & New Hampshire needed a new mobile substation it discovered Rogers’s custom-built trailer was Sons Inc., suggested that the trailthat buying the unit would cost designed as a mobile substation for Unitil er have air ride suspension. The between $1.5 and $2.5 million with Energy Systems. The entire unit, including oil-filled equipment in the substaup to a two-year delivery. In hopes the tractor, had to weigh in at less than tion requires us to get the trailer as close to level as possible. The of reducing costs and time, Skip 99,000 lbs. (44,905 kg). process has turned out to be much Zogopoulos, Unitil’s design and standards specialist, suggested the weights. The only remaining place to easier on this trailer than on our other company explore the feasibility of trim weight was in the flatbed trailer mobiles without air ride suspension.” “Even with the custom design on building it themselves. Since these that would carry the equipment. Rogers Brothers Corporation and the trailer, we were able to bring the substations are most commonly used in emergencies, its biggest problem E.W. Sleeper, Rogers’s dealer in New project in at between 50 and 75 perwould be keeping the total weight Hampshire, worked with Unitil to cent under the quotes we received. under 99,000 lbs. (44,905 kg) so that custom design and build a trailer that The project was completed in 10 it could be moved quickly from place would provide the necessary strength months, saving over a year of time. I to place without the need for special and durability within the required commend both Rogers and E.W. weight limits. Aluminum wheels on Sleeper for doing such a great job and “oversize load” permits. Unitil’s first step was to determine each of the three axles saved signifi- coming in on time and on budget.” For more information, call the weight of the individual compo- cant weight. Scalloped steel in the or visit nents of the substation plus the tractor trailer frame (holes cut in the I- 800/441-9880 that would pull it. These were “set” beams) saved another couple hun- www.rogerstrailers.com.

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CONSTRUCTION AUCTION QUINNIPIAC COMMISSION AUCTION MANAGED BY DAVIS AUCTIONS, INC.

SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 2010 • 9:00 A.M.

COR Equipment Pays Visit to Rubble Master in Austria

LOCATION: DAVIS AUCTIONS, INC. 210 CHESHIRE ROAD, RT. 68, PROSPECT, CT

RAIN, SLEET, SNOW – WE GO!!! Quinnipiac Commission Auction will be conducting our next auction of utility and construction equipment and related supplies on April 10, 2010. This auction will consist of equipment from contractors, Northeast Utilities, and more. Our April sale will feature all equipment from a local contractor going out of business and a large amount of vehicles from Northeast Utilities and others. All equipment owned by local contractor and Northeast Utilities will be sold in absolute. Early consignments from local contractor: AKERMAN H10BLC Hyd. Excavator; AKERMAN AW230 Wheel Hyd. Excavator; AKERMAN H3B Hyd. Excavator, w/blade, low hours; JCB 212S Wheel Loader Backhoe; extend-a-hoe, 4x4; NEW HOLLAND LB620 Wheel Loader Backhoe, w/bucket & forks; CAT D4H Crawler Tractor, 6 way blade, low hours; NEW HOLLAND LS180 Skidsteer; MACK RD600 Tri-Axle Dump; FORD 350 Van Service Truck, w/generator, welder & compressor; Misc. Plow Trucks w/sanders; Commercial Mowers; Snow Pusher Attachments; Skid Steer Attachments; Tag-Along Trailers; Ditch Box, certified; Steel Plates; Large Quantity of Concrete Forms, 500 +/- pieces; 3 PtH Equipment; Complete Quonset Hut Building; Green House Forms; Large Quantity of Misc. Supplies, pipe fittings etc. 75% of this equipment was bought brand new by Owner. All assets of this company will be sold in absolute. Early consignments from Northeast Utilities: 2002 FORD F250 w/4 way plow, 4x4; 2000 FORD Ranger Ext. Cab; 2002 DODGE Caravan; (5) 2001 DODGE Caravans. Early consignments from others: 2006 TAKEUCHI TB145 Hyd. Excavator, rubber tracks, blade, less than 650 hrs.; 2006 CAT 308C Hyd. Excavator, blade, hyd. thumb, quick disconnect, low hrs; HITACHI EX100 Hyd. Excavator; MITSUBISHI MS120-8 Hyd. Excavator; MITSUBISHI MS240LC Hyd. Excavator; KOMATSU PC50UU Mini Excavator w/steel tracks & blade; KOMATSU PC15 Mini Excavator, w/steel tracks & blade; KOBELCO SK30UR Mini Excavator w/rubber tracks & blade; IHI 28UX Mini Excavator, w/rubber tracks & blade; MOROOKA MST800 Track Dump Truck; GEHL CTL 70 Track Skid Steer; CHAMPION 730A Series 3 Art. Motor Grader w/ripper; CAT 416 Backhoe Loader, 4x4; CHAMPION Super Pack A471 Tandem Vib. Roller, diesel; JLG 80HX Hyd. Boom Lift, 4x4, diesel; JLG 60HA Hyd. Boom Lift, 4x4, dual fuel; JLG 40HA Hyd. Boom Lift, 4x4, dual fuel; GENIE S-40 Hyd. Boom Lift, 4x4; JLG 33RTS Scissorlift, 4x4, dual fuel; JLG 2032 20’ Scissorlift, electric; (2) KUBOTA B6000 Wheel Tractor, 14 hp, 3 PtH, 4x4; BISON 25 Wheel Tractor, 3PtH; 2009 JOHN DEERE LA 140 Wheel Tractor, auto, 59+/- hrs; 2006 CUB CADET GT3100 Wheel Tractor w/chains, 200+/- hrs; YALE 3000# Forklift; ELGIN Sweeper; (2) 1993 KENWORTH Oil Truck; 1988 FEDERAL MOTORS Cyclone Pump Fire Truck, w/utility body, 6 man cab, 18000 +/- miles, Municipality Owned Car Trailers; Landscape Trailers; Utility Dump Trailers; Utility Body; 3 PtH Equipment; Misc. Hand Tools; Contractor’s Tools & Supplies. You name it, it looks like it’s coming!! More arriving daily. This is our early tentative list. We accept consignments up thru WEDNESDAY prior to sale. We never know what will be consigned at the last minute – so come to our inspection and find out! INSPECTION: FRIDAY, April 9 , 2010 This is when/where you find out what is really here!!! 9:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.

Before departing Enns (the oldest town in Austria), the group gathers together for a photo-op. (L-R): Javier Davila, North American business development manager of Rubble Master in Wisconsin; Gerald Hanisch, CEO and owner of Rubble Master HMH GmbH headquartered in Linz, Austria; A.J. Osborne, division manager of Villager Construction in Fairport, N.Y.; Ron Graham, sales representative and DJ Cavaliere, owner, both of COR Equipment Sales in Stamford, Conn.; Dick Clark, owner of Villager Construction in Fairport, N.Y.; Harald Kussegg, after sales manager of Rubble Master North America in Montreal, QC; and Jochen Gunthor, area sales manager of Rubble Master HMH GmbH in Linz.

DJ Cavaliere, co-owner of COR Equipment Sales, Stamford, Conn., recently returned from a tour of the Rubble Master factory in Linz, Austria. “In my opinion the [factory tour] really answers many questions that a new Rubble Master customer may have. Once a new customer visits the headquarters they can see the foundation of the Rubble Master concept and the passion of the product. (L-R): Ron Graham, sales representative, and DJ When you listen to Gerald Cavaliere, owner of COR Equipment Sales in Stamford, [Hanisch, president/owner Conn., and Javier Davila, Rubble Master’s North American business development manager from Wisconsin, took part in the tour at Rubble Master’s headquarters in Linz, Austria.

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A.J. Osborne (R) of Villager Construction in Fairport, N.Y., asks Harald Kussegg, after-sales manager in Memphis, Tenn., questions about Rubble Master compact recyclers.

of Rubble Master] present the Rubble Master business model, you look at what he’s built, what his team has engineered and the quality of the product … it all meshes. You are also seeing first hand on what recycling is going to be like in the future here because Europe is so far ahead of us as far as energy conservation, recycling and materials conversion” Cavaliere said. “I really think this recession is going to see AUSTRIA page 14


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NEW ENGLAND SUPPLEMENT ADVERTISER INDEX ACE EQUIPMENT SALES INC ................................9 ACR EQUIPMENT ....................................................11 ARGUS INDUSTRIAL COMPANY ..............................1 ASTRO CRANE ........................................................11 AUTOMATION INC ....................................................7 BARBERA INSURANCE AGENCY ............................1 C N WOOD CO INC..................................................16 CHADWICK BAROSS MA ..........................................6 CHAPPELL TRACTOR SALES ..................................5 CLASSIEDS ..............................................................11 CONTRACTOR’S CORNER ....................................11 DAVIS AUCTIONS INC ............................................12

Guests on Tour Learn More About Viability of Recycling AUSTRIA from page 12

help the Rubble Master concept thrive during this economic downturn and most companies being anywhere from 20 to 40 percent off on their sales, between micromanaging, and restructuring they are going to search new avenues as to how they do business and earn money,” he continued. “They are going to rethink the way they do things because they have to lower costs. I am getting one call a week right now from prospective customers who are looking for better ways to handle material and waste and also companies looking to expand their business because they see the smaller piles and smaller niche markets available in mobile recycling.” A.J. Osborne, division manager, and Dick Clark, owner, both of Villager Construction Inc., also visited Rubble Master. “The trip to the factory has made me more aware of the importance and viability of

It was more than a seven-hour flight from JFK Airport to Munich, but Dick Clark (L) owner, and A.J. Osborne, division manager, both of Villager Construction, enjoyed their visit to the Rubble Master factory in Linz, Austria.

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job site, small footprint, low fuel consumption, long lasting wear parts, reliability and serviceability, consistent production rates, dealer support. Our goal is to mimic the success of our milling division and service the entire east coast with aggregate recycling. We hope to have 12 aggregate recyclers within five years. “The single most important thing I learned On day three, Rubble Master brought its guests from about Rubble Master was Villager Construction and COR Equipment Sales to meet the work they put into and watch local contractor Thomas Nussbaumer in educating the market action at his on-site crushing job with his RM80 in place on the benefits and Ernsting, Austria. need to recycle; and that that experience is availrecycling. I have more of a social awareness able to us,” he added. of what we do and why we need to improve “DJ Cavaliere and COR Equipment has on it now. My perception on how to market supported us in every way imaginable — our services has changed, along with the knowledge, service, training, parts, marketunderstanding the factory has already trav- ing, Web development. As a small dealer, he eled this road and that their knowledge base knows his success is tied to our success. He is a valuable tool for Villager Construction,” has a vested interest in making sure we sucOsborne said. ceed, and it shows.” Villager, who has done business with For more information, visit www.CORCOR Equipment Sales for five years, uses a EQUIP.com. RM 100 and plans to purchase more (This story also can be found on machines. Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at “We chose the Rubble Master brand for www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) several reasons; highly portable job site to CEG


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